A police officer is questioning Tracy when Sam and Dean arrive at the party's aftermath. What -- do they have a scanner now? I don't care that we no longer see them spotting a case in the papers and going on the road. I can accept that happens off screen, but they get to the party shortly after the incident -- while Tracy's still there? Come on, show. Tracy's hair is still wet (although it looked pretty dry after they pulled Jenny's boiled face from the tub -- tsk tsk, show). Dean spots Tracy and tells Sam, "I've got this." Sam says, "Two words: Jail. Bait." Dean says, "I would never," but after Sam turns his back, he makes a but then againface, which is gross, because these kids are in high school and Dean is pushing 30. Damn, show. I didn't want to be cranky with you during what might be my last recap. As Tracy tells the cop she was just bobbing for apples moments before Jenny and the tub wasn't even warm, Dean interrupts and introduces himself. "Agent Seger; FBI." Meanwhile, Sam searches for a hex bag. He asks Tracy if Jenny knew a man named Luke Wallace, but Tracy says she doesn't know who that is, even after Dean tells her Wallace died, yesterday. Sam finds the hex bag hidden in the couch and we fade out.
At their hotel room, Dean does some research on the computer, while Sam hits the books. Dean exposits that both victims are squeaky clean. "There's no reason for wicked bitch payback." Heh. Sam says, "Maybe because it's not about that." Dean says, "Wow, insightful." Sam suggests the witch is working a spell. "Check this out: 'Three blood sacrifices over three days; the last before midnight, on the final day of the final harvest'. Celtic calendar -- the final day of the final harvest is October 31st." Dean says, "Halloween?" Gosh, I miss Joss Whedon's dialogue. When's Dollhouse set to premiere? Sam explains the witch must be trying to summon the demon Samhain, which he pronounces Sam Hain, so that's what he'll be called throughout the recap. The name means nothing to Dean (perhaps because they're saying it WRONG and it is the name of a month, not a demon *sigh* I'll shut up and just go with their story). Sam says Sam Hain is the origin of Halloween.